I have to confess that I have mixed feelings about the rebloomers, too.
On the one hand, they are great in theory - more blooms per year per clump, and the plants are (or should be) more garden-space-worthy than the spring-only bloomers.
On the other hand, the entire clump never reblooms (at least not at the same time, if at all), and rebloom can come at an awkward time (when it's too cold for colors to properly form or for the bloom to open well, or even when the temperatures get down to near-freezing). Not to mention that the rebloomers are (thus far) lagging behind the spring-only bloomers in terms of form and color patterns.
But on the third hand... If the rebloom comes at a good time, when nothing much else is going on in the garden, then those blooms are precious.
Rebloom in my garden overall tends to be somewhat scattered and unpredictable. All that I am willing to commit to at this point is that TOTAL RECALL is dependable in giving some